expired LG 27" Class Full HD IPS Monitor $168 @ Harvey Norman & Joyce Mayne

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With an IPS monitor, a comfortable Reader Mode, and easy to use split-screen capabilities, the LG 27" Class Full HD IPS Monitor provides plenty of options to make it your go to monitor for your computing needs.

Key Features
Enjoy high levels of image reproduction thank to the IPS panel of the LG 27" Class Full HD IPS Monitor. These panels offer a consistent level of colour temperature, lower contrast, and the pictures maintains quality even when viewed from wider angles.
OnScreen Control makes it easy to adjust settings to ensure that your screen configuration reflects your needs. My Display Preset modes also give you pre-formatted settings that initiate based on the programs you have running.
Reader Mode gives you the option to reduce blue light emissions, which let you spend longer in front of your screen reading through lengthy documents as this reduces the strain on your eyes.
The Screen Split feature of the LG 27" Class Full HD IPS Monitor lets you divide your screen into 4 separate windows without overlap, so you can easily move form task to task.
What's In The Box?
1 x LG 27" Class Full HD IPS Monitor
1 x D-Sub (VGA) Cable
1 x CD
1 x Manual
1 x ESG
1 x Power Cord
1 x Stand Body
1 x Stand Base

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Comments

  • +6 votes

    Response Time
    14ms (Typ) 5ms (GTG) does that seem a bit much for a modern panel?

    • +6 votes

      That would explain the low price.

      If slow response time is not a factor for you, this is a great deal. If you care about fast response times best to skip this one.

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      thats rediculous for a new panel, perfect for MS office

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      It's IPS and 60hz, sure it could be better but I don't think it's going to be of any real consequence as it's not a high refresh rate monitor. I'd be more concerned about 1080P on 27". There are better options for gaming monitors but something like this might be fine for anyone else, aside the size.

      • +3 votes

        fine for people running office type application , and if you need more screen space you can do 2 monitors …….my monitor is 90% work 10% gaming.

        27” 1080p is fine depending how close you sit and if you are doing office type work or trying to game.

        27” at 4k is nice for details and you see lines and not pixels ….it’s what the workers with surface tablets got at work when they dock at their desks, doesn’t do fast frame rates but they don’t need fast frame rates 60hzis fine, excel doesn’t move very fast.

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        You can usually overclock standard monitors to around 75hz with no risk to the monitor FYI

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      Also

      Should have been 3 ports or 2 ports but one DVI and one HDMI

      Who still uses VGA nowadays?
      It looks shit and most modern graphic cards don't even have a VGA port.

  • +6 votes

    Shame no VESA mount options.

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    holly shi only VGA cable connector. when was it produce

  • +6 votes

    No VESA, No Display Port, No deal.

    • +1 vote

      VESA would be nice… DP would be even nicer but yeah… I would have jumped with vesa…

  • +3 votes

    For gaming? Nah. Good for general use and everything else? Yes.

  • +18 votes

    Make sure you don't bring your toddler with you or hold on to them.

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    1 x vga! askhole…

  • +3 votes

    With a 1080p 27" you can move the monitor farther away giving you more desk space. It'll look similar to a 24" that's close up.

    • +8 votes

      Only if you're in America. You'd have to move it further here.

      Edit: not saying you're wrong. Just can't stand how 'Mericans say it

  • +1 vote

    What on earth is Class Full HD? Is that meant to say Glass?

  • +1 vote

    I got a welcome message "Hello ozbargainer - need any advice … chat with us". Amazing. HM website knows where I'm from.

    • +5 votes

      Comments similar to yours appear in almost every HN post. HN has been reading HTTP Referer header for years.

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    HN Chat is clueless to this monitor's defective pixel policy.

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      Which is?

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        We don't know. You should ask LG. We are not given such information. So have fun with HN when you try to get an exchange due to defective pixels. I had better service from a factory outlet than these amateurs.

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          It's a call centre, do you really expect technicians or sales people?

          • +7 votes

            @Spackbace: I was "transferred" to a "specialist" in the Tech department. Sales don't need knowledge of terms and conditions of faulty returns and exchanges? I made my query via their chat system. They had plenty of opportunities to look up the information.

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  • +5 votes

    Expecting comments such as "should have G-Sync, OLED, full-range HDR, 240hz, 8K res, LED strips, MHL, Wireless HDMI, free shipping and come with a 10 year replacement warranty for that price."

    • +5 votes

      Realtalk tho - does it have NFC, Band28 and notification led? :P

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        Yes to all if you're willing to pay $1k more. As for now the children who manufactured this does not have the training to install NFC. Let me check with the management.

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    The reason monitors like these will start getting discounted a lot is that 1440p144hz monitors without adaptive sync will start sliding into these price points.

    So be sure to consider that before putchasing, even for office work (low motion blur and faster response times are great for your eyes in all use cases).

    • +3 votes

      Highly doubt 1440p/ 144hz monitors at this price point of $200, let alone both of them at this price point

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        Sorry I wasn't very clear, I meant the original price point: $350-$450.

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          Ahh yes, that makes more sense, 1440p 144hz seems to be the sweetspot for mid to high end, about 500 you can get one for, and its an amazing experience

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          last deal we had kogan doing the lg ips 27” 4k 60hz monitors for $360 , for office work that is much nicer than a faster 1440p

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            @garage sale: Like I said, it's a factor, it may not be the solution for everyone. These new screens also have increased colour depth and more advanced flickering/backlight pulsing which make motion easier on the eye.

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    The pictured display appears to be 16:10.

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    Great price - if I knew deep down as soon as I get a 2nd 1080p the price of 4k ~27" won't fall under $200 (since you can get 4k 50" TVs for <$500 these days I don't see why not?)… I'd get it… barely managed to resist the LG 25" Ultrawide version when it was $145+ https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/408122 ;(
    Then again..my card won't run a 4k and I can't justify an upgrade…might just get this yet….

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    Good match for Surface Pro 4?

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      no, the surface screen is higher res than 1080p you you will get a bigger screen, but much less detail …..get a 4 k screen.

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      Good match for Surface Pro 4?

      It depends on whether or not you're wanting to use it as a second screen. If you put your SP4 right next to it, there'll be quite a difference in DPI. Text that's small on the SP4 will look large on this monitor.

      If you just want to use it as a single monitor connected to the SP4 then it's fine. It doesn't have as much resolution as a 4K screen, but you can just sit further (just for you, spillmill!) away from the monitor and gain some desk space.

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    any other alternative in this price range? just doing a bit of due diligence before I go for this monitor

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP, just in time for a replacement monitor..

  • +1 vote

    free delivery with shipster?

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    It comes with a VGA cable so it must be good.

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    Got one thanks

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    Nearly a good one for my folks but hey rather want 27”+ with 1440 res. Will keep a lookout, still a great deal Op. they are currently still using a Chimei 22” that I’ve repurposed for their PC.